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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
laciniate, laciniated, “slashed; cut into narrow pointed lobes” (Fernald 1950); “(of an edge, etc.) as if cut into bands” (Ainsworth & Bisby); deeply split or cut into narrow or fine, often irregular divisions or segments with taper-pointed incisions or lobes, cut more coarsely than 'fimbriate' (S&D); (bryophytes) “fringed with lacinia; subjectively stronger than fimbriate, but not necessarily formed by cell erosion” (Magill 1990): laciniatus,-a,-um (adj.A); lacinate-fringed; see cut; cf. incisus,-a,-um (part.A); cf. fimbriate; cf. lacer,-era,-erum (adj.A), etc., ‘lacerated, ragged, tattered;’

- (algae) algae planae aut compressae, enerves membranaceae ex roseo purpurascentes, dichotomae laciniatae aut pinnatae (Agardh), algae flat [i.e. level] or compressed, nerveless, membranaceous from red to purplish, dichotomous, laciniate or pinnate.

- cotyledones laciniatae in Coscinio (B&H), the cotyledones laciniate in Coscinium.

- cotyledones tenues, divaricata;, profunde sinuato-laciniata (B&H), the cotyledones thin, divaricate, deeply sinuate-laciniate.

- Herbae v. suffrutices, foliis alternis integris v. laciniatis (B&H), herbs or subshrubs, with leaves alternate, entire or laciniate [i.e. with irregular incisions].

- petala longe unguiculata; postica apice dentata v. laciniata, antica minora basi laciniata (B&H), petals long-clawed, postically at the apex dentate or laciniate, antically smaller, laciniate at the base.

- folia alterna v. rarius opposita, simplicia, integra v. rarius laciniata (B&H), leaves alternate or more rarely opposite, simple, entire or more rarely laciniate.

- styli 3, 2-partiti lobis laciniatis (B&H), styles 3, 2-parted with laciniate lobes.

- rami plerique versus apicem sensim latiores , dein laciniati , cristato - fimbriati (S&A), a large part of the branches toward the apex gradually wider, finally laciniate, crested-fimbriate.

dentato-laciniatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “when toothings are irregularly extended into long points” (Lindley).

fimbriato-laciniatus,-a,-um (adj.A): fimbriate-laciniate, “having the edge cut up into divisions which are fimbriated” (Lindley).

pectinato-laciniatus,-a,-um (adj.A), “cut in a pectinate manner; that is to say, pectinate, with the lobes very long and taper-pointed” (Lindley).

pinnatifido-laciniatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “pinnatifid, with the segments laciniated” (Lindley).

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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